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Sunday, April 17, 2005
Bowlers need to be more disciplined
Our pace bowlers need to pitch the ball on or around the good lengtharea and aim at the stumps.
Momentum with Inzamam's team
It is important to dismiss Shahid Afridi early, says Rahul Dravid
Broad, Koertzen stopped from entering Ferozeshah Kotla
NEW DELHI: The International Cricket Council (ICC) Match Referee, Chris Broad, and umpire Rudi Koertzen got a taste of Delhi police treatment on Saturday. The two officials were stopped from entering Ferozeshah Kotla ground when they reached the ...
John Wright: the man who gave the Indian team a new identity
NEW DELHI: Indian cricket was in a nebulous state when he took over. It faced a phase of transition under a new captain and a battery of young men, most of them engaged in earning an identity in an immensely competitive league. John Wright took ...
Tamil Nadu stuns Indian Oil
BPCL in last eight
Chin-Wei Chan clinches title
Nina Bratchikova-Francesca Lubiani emerge doubles champions
Afridi makes all the difference
To have a third man and fine leg against Afridi is such a flawed field placement
Dementieva scrambles past Srebotnik, into last four
CHARLESTON (South Carolina): Second seed Elena Dementieva sent down 17 double faults but still scrambled past Katarina Srebotnik of Slovenia 6-3, 5-7, 6-4 in a match containing 20 breaks of serve in the quarterfinals of the Family Circle Cup on ...
This year I silenced my critics: Anand
NEW DELHI: For more than a decade, Viswanathan Anand has remained an epitome of consistency. Without doubt, Anand's level of performance, motivation and the quality of results in this period place him in a different league. As a part of the ...
Racing : Horse
Star Strike shines
MUMBAI, Star Strike and Samarinda shone when the horses were exercised here this morning. Outer sand 800m: Parwaaz (rb), Same Game (rb) 55, 600/41. They ended level. Leureus (rb) 57, 600/41.5. Easy. 1,000m: Ruby ...
Sports : General
India duty-bound to test in accredited labs
Testing at Delhi lab meaningless till it gets accreditation The UNESCO Convention is a legally binding document for governments
Joshna aims to tie up with Bajwa
NEW DELHI: Joshna Chinappa plans to join the stable of Satinder Pal Bajwa, the coach of former world squash champion Jansher Khan. ``I am hoping for a future commitment from Mr. Bajwa. He is quite interested in managing me and be my mentor,'' ...
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